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Steve Shuler

Steve Shuler
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A long-time foodie, Steve started his career as a news producer with FOX16 News. In addition to his work on Rock City Eats, Steve is the host of the Little Rock Foodcast, a podcast covering Little Rock food. He has also served as food writer for Sync Weekly. Steve and his family have lived in the Little Rock area for 10 years.

The biggest beer release of the year is this Saturday when Lost Forty Brewing will unveil its 2017 Nighty Night Imperial Stout at the Festival of Darkness, which will be held in the Lost Forty parking lot. This is the third version of Nighty Night that Lost Forty has produced. …




All of us at Rock City Eats want to wish a happy second anniversary to La Terraza Rum and Lounge. Two years ago, Armando and Sarah Bolanos took over the space that once belonged to Acadia Restaurant in Hillcrest and turned it into a Venezuelan restaurant with Mediterranean influence and …




Lost Forty Brewing this weekend became the first Arkansas brewery in nine years to win a medal at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver. Lost Forty won silver in the Vienna Lager category for its summertime staple Logger Rita. In all, more than 7,000 brews were entered in various …




It has been a long 19 months for fans of Three Sams BBQ Joint (as well as for staff and owner Annette Jones), but the long wait appears to finally be near an end. Jones tells me all that is left before opening are the final health and fire inspections. …




I have to say, I have really enjoyed the fantastic sour beers I’ve tasted in 2017 from the Little Rock beer scene. One of the primary contributors to this trend has been Lost Forty Brewing, whose Wild Barrels Project has been superb. Today, Lost Forty is doing it again with …




Get ready for a sweet Saturday in Argenta this weekend at the third annual Cupcakes for Goodness Sake fundraiser event. From 3 p.m. until 8 p.m., you’ll get to try cupcakes from professional bakers like Old Mill Bread Company and Blue Sail, as well as eight amateur bakers. In all, …




Congratulations to everyone involved at this year’s Little Rocktoberfest, which was held Saturday night at Dickey-Stephens Park. The festival was a sweeping success based on the reactions of everyone I spoke with. Of course, beer was plentiful and delicious, in particular the Arkansas and homebrew taps. And while I tasted …




If you’re feeling a craving for Three Fold Noodles and Dumplings Co., you need to take care of that this week. After Friday’s service, Three Fold will close its location on Center Street so it can move into its new digs on Main Street. Three Fold opened two and a …




It’s Little Rocktoberfest week as we count down the days to one of the best beer festivals in the state. This year’s event is Saturday, Sept. 23, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. at Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock. What makes Little Rocktoberfest special is the homebrewing. There’s an …




Today’s Rumbles feature is all about the burger scene in the Natural State, starting with the apparent closure of Arkansas Burger Co. on Cantrell Road. I say “apparent” because the company hasn’t answered any phone calls, emails or Facebook messages to confirm, but the restaurant has been closed for around …




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